12:00 TO 16:00

8th Summer Cultural Festival

Saturday August the 26th, 12-5 pm We will be at our regular venue; the John Cabot Amphitheater at the end of Bowring Park, behind the splash pad and the new fountain. Family event, free for all. This year, as every year for the past 7 editions, we will h...

Bowring Park
09:00 TO 23:30

Aviva Community Fund; Riac’s Community C...

Description The Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council has been helping newcomers adjust to their life in Newfoundland for over 30 years! We do this through ESL classes, legal, personal, immigration advice, employment, education, paperwork help, social ev...

14:00 TO 17:00

Classical for a Cause

RIAC TO HOLD 3rd ANNUAL CONCERT (CLASSICAL FOR A CAUSE) AT The Great Hall of Queen’s College   RIAC (Refugee Immigrant Advisory Council) is proud to present the concert, “Classical for a Cause” on Sunday, September 10th 2017 at 2:00...

210 Prince Philip Dr, ,
09:00 TO 13:00

CORD’s The Hidden Job Market

CORD’s Diversity Winter Event on Employment The Hidden Job Market Please come and share your ideas and learn more from others Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 at our new facility 50 Harbour Drive 2nd Floor 9 am – 1 pm Admission is Free, but don...

09:00 TO 12:30

Diversity: Conversation & Networking Ver ...

What Does Diversity Mean? How Can We Promote Diversity in NL? Follow Up Wednesday, March 29th, 2017, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm 50 Harbour Drive, Neil Building, 2nd floor Bus Routes 3, 6, 10, 11 Wheelchair Accessible $10 donation at the door appreciated; health...

50 Harbour Drive, Second Floor
17:00 TO 20:00

Film Screening

Join us as we watch the film that provides a snapshot into the life of a refugee as they strive to live comfortably in their new country. A discussion will follow. All members of the public are welcome. Snacks will be provided!

65 Ridge Road
17:00 TO 18:30

Human Library

Come and visit RIAC’s Human Library at the Rocket Room, where a collection of living books is available for you to speak with and learn from! Hear diverse experiences and stories, and further understand the role that diversity plays in our community...

272 Water Street
19:00 TO 20:00

Legal and Human Rights Presentation

In the first hour of one of RIAC’s English as a Second Language classes, Kevin O’Shea, executive director of the Public Legal Information Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, will give an informative presentation about legal and human rights. Thi...

50 Harbour Drive
14:00 TO 16:30

Less Violence More Violins

Less Violence, More Violins Sunday September 11, at 2 pm George Street United Church Jennifer Johnson’s Less Violence, More Violins fundraising concert works to promote classical music as a positive means of self-expression, rather than violence, while ...

130 George St West